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How Cartels Cook Diesel, Oil Lubricants In Lagos

How Cartels Cook Diesel, Oil Lubricants In Lagos

· Clone Major Oil Dealers Crested Drums . Influence power supply in Ajegunle, Apapa By Kenneth Jukpor & Alphonsus Effi While the Federal Government intensifies efforts to curb illegal refining of petroleum products in the Niger Delta region, several cartels have hidden ...

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Biliskissy’ Bilikiss

Biliskissy’ Bilikiss

Bilikiss Adebiyi is a Nigerian CEO of a recycling company, Wecyclers, in Lagos. She was educated at MIT and came to notice due to a novel approach to recycling based on tricycles and SMS. Her efforts have been reported in ...

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Lagos-Ibadan Rail: Can Amaechi, NRC Meet December Deadline?

FG Procures Two Coaches For Lagos-Ibadan Rail Project

Although the Minister of Transport, Hon. Rotimi Amaechi has reiterated his determination to deliver the completion of the Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge lines under the construction of the Chinese construction companies at the end of the month of December 2019, there ...

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The Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018

The Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) of Nigeria recently released the Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance (‘the Code”) on January 15, 2019. The Code highlights key principles that seek to institutionalise corporate governance best practices in Nigerian companies. KPMG recognises that ...

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BEARS: B-R-T Blood Rustling Transport

BEARS: B-R-T Blood Rustling Transport

The tragic death of the Manager, Corporate Communications, Air Peace, Mr. Chris Iwarah, after his car was crushed  by a BRT bus on Friday last week, is just one of the numerous cases of reckless driving in Lagos State with ...

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BULLS: Bribe Counsel

BULLS: Bribe Counsel

Following allegations that the new taskforce team to regulate the flow of traffic at Lagos ports have started collecting bribes, the Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC) has warned its personnel deployed to manage the Apapa gridlock to shun corruption or ...

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